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Synonyms for silversmith

someone who makes or repairs articles of silver

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It is also extremely rare to see such a high level of silversmithing, working on this scale and level of ambition, on public show anywhere," added Ms Podschies.
She has a studio in central London where she works with several craftsmen, but said that silversmithing doesn't require the use of heavy hammers: "It's a question of having the knowledge and an overview of how things are made".
Modern designer-craftsman silversmithing largely owes its existence to the commitment of several organisations, most notabiy the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths.
The retail environment also houses an area devoted to kitchen gadgets; gourmet foods, children's merchandise; a book shop featuring jewelry, crafts, interior design and silversmithing titles; a confectionery; a Christmas gifts section and a bridal show area.
Master artisans employ age-old techniques - spinning, silversmithing, chasing, hand engraving, and polishing - to create the trophy.
Watching her at work will be a fascinating insight into the ways and skills of silversmithing, largely unchanged across centuries of making objects by hand.
It is the second time the National Trust has organised such an event and Theresa, who gained a first in Jewellery and Silversmithing at Birmingham School of Jewellery, is delighted to take centre stage.
Birmingham has long been at the heart of the country's silversmithing trade - and a new generation of artists are working hard to ensure it stays that way.
She did an MA in silversmithing at Birmingham University, and her tutor mentioned the sponsorship programme in Sheffield and Katey applied.
Now back working in Cardiff after spending three years learning her craft in Sheffield, the crucible of British silversmithing, Suzie is aiming to stamp her own brand of Welsh design on the craft.
The two-day event, at Bede's World, in Jarrow today and tomorrow, will look at ancient crafts such as hurdle making and silversmithing.
The trophy is created at Tiffany's silversmithing workshop in Parsippany, New Jersey.
The art includes various 3D installations, sculpture, jewellery, silversmithing and textiles.
The Honourable Company of Goldsmiths has been promoting the craft of silversmithing since 1327, but it was the Paris decorative art exhibition of 1925 which inspired it to start collecting contemporary silverware.